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nations the '90s. >>> the fbi now thinks that border patrol agent may have died by friendly fire. nicolas ivey was shot and killed in california. initially officials said ivey and his colleague were wounded after responding to a censor. authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators are made progress into the investigation into agent ivey's death andre looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform know this and yet this special creed of men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and to protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to arizona to meet with officials and ivey's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said in part "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protect our facing's borders.
told the judge thursday that the fbi was investigating a credible threat of violence if the posters went up here in d.c. but the judge went ahead and ordered those posters be placed into metro systems and said basically this was a first amendment issue. they say, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad. many say the ads are offensive, because they equate muslims with savages. citing those concerns from the fbi, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east over that innocence of muslims films has subsided. the sponsors sued to have them put up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> it's discrimination, because it's not right to generalize the jihad terrorists and muslims. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> this is america, it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: a woman was arrested last month in new york after she tried to deface one of the signs there. they went up there on september 24th in new york. the signs are also up on
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doing what he was trained to do. bill: ivie leaves behind a wife and two young children. the fbi saying he and another agent who survived by the way were shot by friendly fire. martha: all right. moving onto this story in politics again. the potential new scandal that is facing the obama campaign. why a government watchdog is now saying that president obama may have accepted some illegal donations. big cover story in the mainstream press on this. we'll detail. bill: you just mentioned this. governor romney's debate win wasn't big, it was historic. we'll tell you about new polls that prove that. with three more debates to go we have must-see tv ahead of us, america. bob and andrea are on deck right after this music: "make"" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make someone happy.♪ it's so important to make meone happy.♪ ♪make just one heart to heart you - you sing to♪ ♪one smile that cheers you ♪one face that lights when it nears you.♪ ♪and you will be happy too. martha: well a stunning surge in gas prices across california. right now the statewide average
services in the world. they carried out spectacular operations against the cia and against the fbi. i write about 48 or 49 double agents that the cuban service ran against the cia. these were cubans that the cia recruited and paid. the cubans all turned out actually to have been working for castro and not the cia >> reporter: lou did you get close to them? >> i was fortunate i was able to get in touch with about a half dozen defectors, high level, very knowledgeable defectors. these men, all of them are men, provided me with extremely penetrating, interesting stories about the inner workings of cuban intelligence. some of the great successes against america. some of their most odius, despicable actions in latin america or some of the united states >> reporter: you talked about some of the attempts on castro's life. you started by saying, he is still alive. juxtapose with the cia looking to end his reins there. how does he survive all of these years? >> i write about this. i talk about two or three very serious assassination attempts. his intelligence service that he created penetrated the c
fate in court later on today. he pleaded guilty back in may to lying to the fbi about giving under the table payments using fraudulent money orders to suleiman brown, a minor candidate in the 2010 mayoral race. prosecutors say they are willing to grant him probation. >>> a maryland lawmaker will spend three years on probation after pleading guilty to misconduct in office. delegate tiffany alston was accused of paying a law firm employee $800 in state money. she was also accused of theft and using state fund for her wedding. she will have to perform 300 hours of community service and pay back the $800 to the state. >>> also making headlines this morning, two running mates face off tomorrow in the first and only vice presidential debate. their goal, to boost the numbers at the polls. that is not only thing that stands to benefit. >> first, jerry sandusky is sentenced on charges he sexually abused 10 boys. while one chapter in the scandal has ended, the story is far from over. we're back in just a moment. [ female announcer ] it's onoe of the hardest decisions a family can make... rea
was found some six miles from her home. authorities have canvassed while after mile. tuesday the fbi was back at jessica's home, leaving with bags, police say her mother and father are fully cooperating. >> it's the worst thing i've ever been through. >> and then you get the pit in your stomach that you don't want any parent, any parent to ever experience this in their whole entire life. >> reporter: the little girl who loves to dance, often giggling and always playing with her dolls, has been gone for almost a week. >> we'll never stop looking. we love her. >> next at 5:00, disappointment at nats park. >>> was it worth the wait? baseball fans have waited an awful long time to have a home play-off game in the nation's capital. today there wasn't much to cheer about. good evening, everybody. i'm jim handly. >> and i'm wendy rieger. well, ouch. this one hurt a little bit. yeah, it was our first-ever home play-off game for the washington nats, but yikes. >> fans filled the stands early. some left early, hoping to watch the nats win this game today. dan hellie joins us live from nats par
? >> reporter: they're not sharing a lot of information about this meeting in part for security reasons. the fbi tried to get into benghazi right after that attack. it took them quite some time to do that, so they are being incredibly tight-lipped about the meetings that john brennan will have tomorrow, but again he will be meeting with top officials in benghazi. specifically we are told to talk about some of these issues, including security concerns that existed at the consulate. those are some of the questions that are going to come up on wednesday during those hearings that will be held on the hill. so there are a lot of questions that the white house has been fielding for a number of days now. certainly counterterrorism adviser john brennan will be meeting about those. as you know, the white house has been to some extent on going af president obama on this issue saying he hadn't been tough enough. the white house has responded by pointing to the fact that romney really responded to the attack in benghazi before he had all of the information. president obama gets strong marks when it comes to
this weekend, they tell us, about six files from her home. today an f.b.i. evidence team went inside that home while family members did interviews. jessica's father struggled to speak to reporters. >> the worst thing i've ever been through. i don't know what to do, you know. i just want to find my daughter. >> shep: just wants to find his daughter. the cops say the parents have a cooperated and they're following up on more than 400 tips. >>> after two years of unanswered questions and unending pain, authorities in mexico say they have finally arrested a suspect in the killing of an american along the mexican border. but the victim's wife says there is one thing for which she still needs closure and that's this. ...seems like you guys got a little gassed out there. enough already. c'mon guys. next question. hello! what's your favorite color? what's my favorite color? yes. purple. what's your favorite animal? sea turtle. what's your bedtime? do you believe in space aliens? ...i love puppies. hash browns or home fries? home fries. do you like my dress? why can't you guys ask good questions like t
of towners. enter at your own risk. hugo, violent crime detroit is ranked number two on the fbi's most recent list of the most dangerous cities in america. >> i like detroit. i'm still going. but i hope they hire more cops. >> yes. this is steve, you talk about budget cuts the idea of cutting police and firemen and teachers, there is tangible effects the detroit police association and the city are in the midst of contract negotiations and the new contract calls for a 10% pay cut and 12-hour shifts. >> i think of camden, new jersey. >> $5 cops. >> these were once great american cities that decline is just -- it's painful to read a story like this. >> it would be helpful if multiple police chiefs in detroit weren't busy having sex scandals, that might help a little bit. good leadership. >> abandonment of detroit. i grew up there and left in 1979. when you talk about those counties that bane don the city, when i went back for the super bowl i never seen that many white people in detroit before the riots because they have been, you know, some would say discouraged, pushed out, so you have greed a
as the lead for domestic sever security. the fbi also has a key part to play in investigating and preventing cyber attacks. and our intelligence agencies, of course, are focused on this potential threat as well. the state department is trying to forge international consensus on the roles and spots -- roles and responsibilities of nations to help secure cyberspace. the department of defense also has a rule. -- a role. it is a supporting role, but he is an essential role. bentonite, i want to explain what that means. but first, let me make clear what it does not mean. it does not mean that the department of defense will monitor citizens' personal computers. we're not interested in personal communication or in e-mails or in providing the day-to-day security of private and commercial networks. that is not our goal. that is not our job. that is not our mission. our mission is to defend the nation. we defend, we deter, and, if called upon, we take decisive action to protect our citizens. in the past, we have done so in operations on land, at sea, in the skies and in space. in this century, the uni
commanders, with dhs, fbi and other agencies in government. we need to see an attack coming in order to defend against that attack. we are looking at ways to strengthen cipher command as well. we must ensure that it has the resources, the authority, the capability required to perform this mission. it must also be able to react quickly to events unfolding in cyberspace and fully integrate cyber into all of the department also plans and activities. finally, the third area is to build stronger partnership. as i have made clear, securing cyberspace is not the sole response ability of the united states military or even the sole responsibility of the united states government. the private-sector, government, military, our allies all share the same local infrastructure. we all share a deep responsibility to protect it. we are deepening cooperation with our closest allies with the goal of sharing that information, that a mighty cheer capabilities, and determining malicious activities -- maximizing sheered capabilities and determining militias activities. we have made cyber a major topic of di
that killed a u.s. border patrol agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivie was shot and killed this week in arizona. originally officials said ivie and his colleague, wounded in the incident, came under fire after responding to a sensor that went off, but authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >>> ivie is the third border patrol agent killed in the line of duty this year now. >>> an amber alert has been issued in colorado after this 10 yearly, jessica ridgeway, disappeared on her way to school. the search was delayed because the girl's mother didn't immediately know she was missing. the mother, who works the night shift, slept through phone calls from school officials saying that she hadn't arrived. police have searched the surrounding area but have found nothing. >>> death threats, threatening phone calls, vicious e-mails all because they declined to be a campaign stop for mitt romney. that is the response this mexican restaurant in denver, colorado is now getting. the cafe has been a
weeks and we just had fbi agents get on the ground there. i think the expectation is that you come out and you call terrorism terrorism. you go after vigorously after those terrorists. there is a distink difference in leading from behind or being app genic or passive about a foreign policy and one who is strong. >> i'm talking about iran and -- be. >> forgive me for interrupting you. >> i hear you -- using an example of syria because again we want to give americans the opportunity to hear directly from governor romney when he gives a speech today. >> it looks like in the excerpts that have been sent -- >> a distinct difference overall. >> he covers libya and egypt and syria. >> yes. >> there's a range. let's talk about iran for a moment. when you actually analyze the candidate's positions if you look at governor romney's position on ir and that red line that as you remember benjamin netanyahu was drawing in his speech and president obama's position they're similar, aren't they identical, really? >> well, soledad, i'm not going to get into the back and forth on foreign policy. i'm not
tragedy. on the specifics, there is an investigation under way by the fbi and the state department has launched what it calls an official accountability review board. we do not have the full picture of what actually happened, but there is no question that this is a major tragedy. it is the first time in more than two decades that the u.s. has lost an investor in a situation like this. has lost an ambassador in a situation like this. host: susan glasser is editor in chief at "foreign policy magazine. indiana. chris. independent line. caller: jobs are going to be the most important thing in the election, but foreign policy will be important. as far as governor romney not pointing of the specificity of what he would do differently, i disagree. in his speech he pointed out a lot of things that he would do differently. he strongly backs israel. more money for the military. opposing various things. it was a vast contrast to the president. as far as foreign policy concerns respecting the election, you know, the president's policies have not seemed to have worked in the middle east. they have
call police. fbi agents and police are still urgently going door-to-door. they even asked william kessel to search a locked room to make sure jessica wasn't inside. she wasn't. >> they have to rule that room out. >> reporter: we're now going into the fifth day since jessica failed to show up here at school. and in that exclusive video, investigators and her family want you to see her face and hear her voice, hoping that someone will provide this case the break that it needs. we also expect to hear from jessica's family for the first time later today. george? amy? >> clayton, thanks very much. >>> we're going to turn, now, to the shocking moment at sunday's nfl game in kansas city. some hometown fans actually cheered when the chief's quarterback was knocked flat with an injury. and one of his teammates is fighting back, comparing the hecklers to the crowds at the coliseum in roam. and this sparked a lot of soul-searching in kansas city. >> a lot of people wondering what happened there. kansas city fans critical of matt cassel's performance over the weekend. but when he took that hi
of what did you know at the very moment. part of the problem is, when you look at when did the fbi actually get there to find out exactly what took place? i believe what happened was there was such a desperation to get an answer out that explains it. i remember early on you heard all kinds of examples, in terms of, oh, it was a protest, it was linked to what happened in egypt. then you had 9/11. the last thing folks want to own up to is we don't know or we have to find out. and i think frankly, that played a huge role in this. and this is why it was so confusing when you heard so many conflicting stories as opposed to waiting to get out of the facts. frankly, they didn't. that's why you have these different stories. i heard ambassador susan rice, what did she say? she said what we know today. you're going to hear a lot of that. we knew -- at the time we thought it was this, now we learned. >> but they were, you know, jumping to that conclusion rather quickly. actually, lenny, romney took advantage of that very early on. do you think that he is going to continue to use that now duri
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